Southern Village Refresh


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Low ceilings and not good dispersement of lightBrighter, more evenly lit space with the addition of fixtures and a new color palette
Older dresser with poor TV proportionWith the TV moved to a different wall, able to have a beautiful, balanced vignette
Glass block window and outdated tile border around built-in tubPrimary bath reno, high contrast design
Outdated particle board vanity and counterNew vanity with improved organization and sink location moved
Outdated tub area New spa-like tub area with TV above for watching from shower or tub
Messy vanity for his sideBetter organized vanity for his side of the bathroom

Project Details


Primary Bed & Bath Renovation


One of the first things we needed to do in both this bedroom and bath was update and add lighting.  The bedroom was dimly lit by only one center-placed outdated fan.  By adding four can lights in the corners of the space, removing some of the unnecessary window treatments and changing out the fan, we created a more evenly lit, bright space which helped to obfuscate the 8′ ceilings.  The client wanted to work with the existing chair and bed frame, so we added a fresh coat of white paint, added black accents in the furniture, fan and new solid core doors, and played up a love of the color rust to compliment the navy already present.

For the bath, we updated every surface with clean and classic materials in a high contrast color palette that has left the clients overjoyed with their new space.  With improved organization in the shower and in the vanities, the bathroom is also able to stay neater with items contained behind closed doors.  The bath also includes all new lighting and an improved fan extraction system that is more efficient and attractive.  One of the additional ways we brought more light into the bathroom was by replacing the old block glass window and putting in a new clear glass window with shade for privacy.  The cabinets are rift sawn white oak for a clean, modern approach–all drawers are soft close and some include interior outlets for ease of use with hair dryers and other appliances, keeping cords neatly tucked away.

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